You've bought a new home and moving day is here! The truck arrives and the movers begin unloading your boxes and furniture when you realize...some items are missing. And then you notice a grease stain on your favorite chair and your grandmother's mirror is shattered. Suddenly, your dream home is filled with the nightmares associated with an unreliable moving company.
If you are planning on moving this year - the best advice we can give you is to follow these 4 key ways to ensure your experience is a happy one.
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There should be no reason that a moving company can't give you 2-3 references for you to call. When you do call one of the past clients - explain why you are calling and ask if it's okay to take a few minutes of their time (remember, this is a courtesy they are providing for the company. The last thing you want to do is make them angry with the company for giving you their information). There's no need to get into a lengthy interview, simply ask:
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